- 16 bit A/D converter board
- 2 synchronous channels with seperate A/D
- Maximum sampling rate 200 kS/s on 2 channels
- Successor of the MX.4520
- Extremely high dynamic range
- Up to 256 MSample memory
- 8 input ranges between ±50 mV and ±10 V
- Continuous FIFO mode
- Automatic offset calibration
- Selectable single-ended or differential inputs
- Synchronisation to multi-board system possible
- 32 Bit PXI interface
- Compatible with 3,3V and 5V PCI I/O-Voltage
The MX.45xx for the first time offers full 16 bit resolution synchronously on two channels at very high sampling rates. Every channel has its own amplifier and A/ D converter. This eliminates the problems known from multiplexed systems like phase error between the channels or high crosstalk. Every input channel could be offset calibrated using the software. The user will find easily a matching solution from the three offered models. These versions are working with sampling rates of 200 kS/s, 500 kS/s or 1 MS/s. The boards could also be updated to a multi-channel system using the internal synchronization bus.
FIFO Mode: continous data transfer up to 100 MB/s [more...
Ringbuffer: Recording with Pre- and Posttrigger [more...
Standard memory 8 MSamples
Option memory upgrade to 16 MS, 32 MS or 64 MS on-board memory
Channel Trigger: Recognition of level and edge [more...
Window Trigger: Trigger at window enter or leave [more...
Pulsewidth Trigger: Trigger on defined pulsewidth [more...
OR Conjunction: Several trigger sources are or'd [more...
Steepness trigger between two levels [more...
External Trigger: Input or output of external TTL signal [more...
Option Multiple Recording: Recording of trigger events with high repetition rates and very small dead time [more...
Option Gated Sampling: Recording controlled by gate signal [more...
External Clock: Input or output of sampling clock [more...
Reference Clock: Used to generate sampling clock [more...
The PXI bus extension offers a lot of pre-defined lines on the backplane for clock and trigger synchronisation between different boards.
The Spectrum card supports these PXI features:
10 MHz Reference Clock: Could be used as base for samplerate generation
Star Trigger: supported as trigger source for the board
Trigger Bus: Direct card synchronisation with the integrated trigger bus
Standard drivers for Windows and Linux as well as examples for C/C++, Delphi and Basic are included in the delivery [more...
Firmware update in the Spectrum Control Center[more...
SBench 5: Comfortable measurement software for windows [more...
Option LabVIEW drivers: Libraries and examples for LabVIEW[more...
Option DASYLab driver: Direct access to cards with DASYLab [more...
Option MATLAB driver: Universal driver for all cards [more...
Option VEE driver: Libraries and examples for Agilent VEE [more...